Chapter 7 and 13 Consumer Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 and 13 Consumer Bankruptcy

Expanding credit card debt and mounting medical bills can quickly swallow up monthly income needed to pay for basic living expenses for middle class families. There are so many reasons personal debt might grow quickly over a short amount of time – short-term or long-term job loss, catastrophic medical events or chronic personal health problems, changes in monthly income and so many more sources of problems.

An important consideration to anyone who is struggling to get their debt in control.

Bankruptcy is commonly the last resort for individuals and families struggling to pay old debt while keeping up on monthly expenses. However is an important consideration to anyone who is struggling to get their debt in control.

Clayson, Schneider & Miller has a personal and professional approach to helping clients evaluate their debt issues. We help clients find solutions to minor debt issues and look at ways to pay off or get rid of significant debt-loads. Filing for bankruptcy is a major personal life event

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